Building Owners Seeking Healthier, Safer Indoor Spaces Can Turn To New Armstrong Ceiling Solutions To Ease Covid-19 Pandemic Concerns
New Infusions Translucent Partitions
Beyond the ceiling, Armstrong is also introducing a new line of vertical partitions that provide a design-oriented approach to creating greater separation between people. The nonporous and easily cleanable translucent wall panels can transform existing shared spaces into protected and segmented zones. Placing physical barriers is among recommendations in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) “Reopening America: Strategies for Safer Buildings.” Called Infusions™ Resilient Partitions, these large format, standard 24" x 96" wall panels are easy to install and can reconfigure existing layouts to meet social distancing guidelines. Unlike plain plexiglass sheets, they are artfully designed in a variety of patterns and colors and can be hung from ceilings or walls.
For more information about Health Zone ceiling systems, Clean Room Grid systems, Infusions Resilient Partitions, and Armstrong’s broader portfolio of solutions for changing spaces, visit armstrongceilings.com/healthyspaces. Chat live or reach a U.S.-based Armstrong expert at 877-276-7876, Option #2.
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